I'm very confident that either Legacy or Minish are scum, and they may be scum together. The only caveat is that tagging up on me like that might seem too brazen, even with both of them in a good position; although they might just be powerwolfing hard and hoping to end the game by lynching during MYLO. If I had to choose which I'm more suspicious of, it'd be Legacy, since Min seems somewhat better to me after explaining her reasoning more in-depth and showing a willingness to consider alternatives.
Rubik I'm townreading hard; it's theoretically possible he could still be scum, but it's extremely unlikely to me. Ex I'm also townreading somewhat, although I'd hardly exclude him from a possible scum team. Mikey is someone who I can never get a good read on, and I'm mostly neutral on him, although I'm feeling somewhat positive given his vote on Legacy, which at least means they aren't scum together. Johnny I'm also mixed about, but I think I'm town reading him: I have little doubt that he received the message he claimed he did given that I know Rubik's must have been legitimate, and there's no reason for scum to send a message to one of their own. I can see him knowing about that ability as scum and simply making the message up, but I think that's less likely.
I've been under the impression that if Legacy is scum, then Tristan would have to be, and vice versa, as there's be no reason for Legacy to cover for him otherwise. This is still probably true, but not necessarily: Legacy could have been trying to get Tristan on his side, for example, which would explain defending his claim. And even the message sent to Johnny could be explained as being legitimate, but as scum wanting to reveal 3rd party and get them lynched, because it's potentially a threat to them as well.
Basically, I'm probably voting for Legacy today, although I could see a Minish lynch as well. If it really came down to it, I could also go for Mikey. But I'm fairly confident that there's scum in the first two, and it's more likely to be Legacy.
I'm not ignoring all other options. I haven't even voted you or anyone yet because I'm trying to figure things out. I just think you're a strong option.
It's the post you made asking Moe to lynch me that really bugged me. I basically got the impression from it that while you may be throwing out other names, the only person you're really focusing on is me. This was somewhat alleviated by your more recent post giving thoughts on other players, though.
I am growing a little more wary because of how many people saying they're on board with you now, though I don't know if some of them are just posturing and not actually willing to lynch you or not.
In that case, what about Legacy? It makes sense for him to suspect me given his PoE, but there are possible scum teams based on it that don't even involve me, not to mention other people that fit into his PoE that he could be targeting. Instead, he's dead set on me. What gets me is that even after he recognized that there are potential scum teams from his perspective that actually exclude me (haha whoops, just slipped his mind), he then dismisses them out of hand and continues being just as confident as before.
Killing inactives you're reading as town isn't protown. Especially when they can be replaced. Mido alone would have been a not horrible suggestion, but Pen who you had even a slight town read on was. Especially since he's since flipped town. If vig just hits people just for inactivity then that makes the game even easier for scum because they're usually town and it's easy for scum to pass off town vig targets because of inactivity.
That post was partially to pressure Mido and Pendio into posting, which is why I tagged them, and I've routinely supported policy killing inactives in the past. I would've preferred Mido, but I don't necessarily think Pendio would've been an awful choice either, and in any case, he was less active than Mido was. I also stated in a post (same day I believe, responding to Ex) that my town read of Pendio was only slight and that he was still suspect for his Rag vote.